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2. If there are 46,941 trees in Takoradi and 21,989 of the trees are cut down, how many trees will be left in Takoradi ?
3. If 345 students in a school are to pay Gh25 cedis each as a contribution towards the purchase of a bus, how much money would be paid in all?
4. If 288 exercise books were to be shared among 24 pupils in a class, how many books would each pupil get?
5. A crate of drinks contains 24 bottles of Fanta. If 12 and a half crates are donated to a church, how many bottles of Fanta were donated to the church in all?
6. 180 mangoes can be evenly arranged in 6 boxes. How many mangoes does/do z box(es) contain?
7. A watchman was paid a basic wage of GHC250 a day. If he worked every day in a month, calculate his basic wage for February 1988.
8. The product of the three numbers is 1197. Two of the numbers are 3 and 19. Find the third number.
9. Given that 2² x 3² x 7=252, find the least number that should be multiplied by 252 to make the product a perfect square.
10. If 26039 oranges are shared equally among 13 women, how many oranges does each woman receive?
11. Find the least whole number which must be added to 207 to make it divisible by 17.
12. The product of 2b and 3 is 138. Find b.
13. The sum of the two numbers is 240. If one of them is y, find the other number.
14. A farmer has 1853 pineapple suckers. He plants 17 pineapples in a row. How many rows can he plant?
15. A ribbon is 4m long. How many pieces, each 30cm long, can be cut from the ribbon.
16. If 50 oranges cost GHC2,500, how many oranges can be bought for GHC15,000.
17. The product of the three numbers is 1197. Two of the numbers are 3 and 21. Find the third number.
18. Find the sum of all the even numbers between 70 and 80.
19. 135 pencils were to be packed into boxes. Each box could take 12 pencils. Find the number of boxes that were fully packed.